Everyone likes praise but we have been most impressed by how creative and colourful our readers can get while panning us. Put aside the bouquets. Here’s a collection of the best of the brickbats that Firstpost got in its first year.
The mainstream media may have been gagged by the courts, but the 'sex CD' has acquired a life of its own in the parallel universe of social media.
An 8.9 magnitude earthquake off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province has triggered a tsunami warning across the Indian Ocean.
A Tehelka sting aimed at 23 police stations across the Delhi NCR reveals that our men in uniform have a strict litmus test when it comes determining "real" rape cases. And according to their stringent criteria, almost all women deserve to be raped.
Sister Mary, who left her Catholic congregation in Kerala 13 years ago after 40 years of nunhood, is likely to raise her storm with her book on the church. Two others, a former nun and priest, had caused controversy with their books earlier.
It's less than 25 minutes to the budget. Don't fasten your seat-belts, yet. Pranab-da hasn't done anything wrong yet.
The various freebies and subsidies given and planned by Sonia Gandhi is going to set us back and damage the economy. Can we afford Dynasty any more?
Till now, it has been assumed that the temple vault hadn’t been opened for 136 years. But the available documents point to a different story.
Former Goa CM Manohar Parrikar alleges that 20 percent of the mining in the state is illegal and the money involved is no less than Rs 4,000 crore. But the man at the centre of it all is Digambar Kamat, who has been mines minister for 12 years running.
There is no unified theme behind the war on Naxalism launched by India's states. Little wonder they aren't achieving much